Tosca Lee is a New York Times best-selling author who pens fiction fueled by supple prose and meticulous research. In Iscariot, Lee offers a gripping -- and ultimately thought provoking -- fictional account of the life of Judas Iscariot. Indelibly marked with the stain of betrayal, Judas at first believed that Jesus would help the Jews overthrow Roman rule. But Jesus envisioned an entirely different path, one that Judas could not follow.
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"Tosca Lee has reinvented Judas Iscariot, making him a misunderstood, devoted disciple of Jesus as well as a committed revolutionary who is seeking the liberation of the Jewish people from Rome. The story of the ministry of Christ is told in an affecting and direct style that is both compelling and believable. Narrator Jason Culp portrays a scholarly, sensitive Judas whose view of Jesus is colored by his patriotic dreams. In addition, Culp makes us hear the love and devotion Judas feels for Jesus. His voice for Jesus is warm, strong, and unaffected. We also hear the passionate voices of those seeking miracles and hope and, conversely, the cold, censorial voices of the temple officials. D.L.G. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"
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